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Edmond Memorial High School

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Edmond Memorial High School
Main entrance
1000 East 15th Street


United States
Coordinates35°38′13″N 97°28′04″W / 35.637045°N 97.467835°W / 35.637045; -97.467835
School typeState funded, Public high school
MottoHome of the bulldogs
Founded1969[citation needed]
StatusCurrently operational
School boardEdmond Board
School districtEdmond Public Schools
School number55-I012-705[1]
CEEB code371185
PrincipalAnthony Rose[2]
Enrollment2,220[1] (2016–17)
Average class sizeApproximately 31
Color(s)Maroon and grey          
SportsBand, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Cross Country, Swimming, Tennis, Track, Volleyball, Wrestling
Team nameMemorial Bulldogs
RivalEdmond North High School and Edmond Santa Fe High School
PublicationBroken Barriers
NewspaperRuff Draft

Edmond Memorial High School is a public secondary school located in Edmond, Oklahoma, one of three high schools in the Edmond school district. It serves approximately 2,200 students.[3]


The school was originally named Edmond High School because it was the only secondary school within the city limits. The first class graduated in 1922, and consisted of 24 students.[4] As Edmond grew, the school changed location several times, moving to its current location on 15th Street in the mid-1960s. The current building was built in 1966 as a seventh grade only school. It opened to its first class of seventh graders the second semester of the 66-67 school year. At that point, Edmond High School was located at the corner of Ninth Street and Rankin. It housed all sophomores, juniors and seniors in Edmond. That building is now called Central Middle School and houses sixth, seventh and eighth graders from several elementary schools on the east side of Edmond. Also, it has lost its original, distinctive E shape due to new additions.

In 1975, the name of the school was changed to Edmond Memorial High School to honor six alumni who were killed while serving in Vietnam: Floyd Frazier, Jr., Allen Garrett, James Johnson, James Leonard, Danny Shores, and John Wilson.[4] Because of its rapidly increasing size, in 1994 the school split into three, now rival schools, including Edmond North High School and Edmond Santa Fe High School.[4]

In the past decade, Memorial has undergone a wave of new construction projects, including an expanded library, new parking lots, a new football locker room/pom and cheer practice facility, and a new freshmen academy. The auditorium has also been renovated.


For the 2016–2017 school year, the school had an enrollment of 2,220 students and 98.8 classroom teachers. The graduation rate for the class of 2017 was 98.9% percent.[1] Memorial has over twenty teachers certified by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, who teach in every academic department.

Awards and recognition

Memorial received the Department of Education Blue Ribbon School Award of Excellence in 2001–2002 school year,[5] one of the highest honors an American high school can achieve. In 2008 Edmond Memorial was named the Siemens Foundation award winner for the state of Oklahoma for its consistently high Advanced Placement test scores in science, math and technology.[6] The senior class of 2007 received more than $11  million in scholarship offers, and 60 percent of the class took AP classes.[7]

Swine Week

Established in 1986, Swine Week is a week-long community service project at Edmond Memorial. Over the years, it has raised net total of over $5 million for various charitable organizations. The 2008 Swine Week theme was Viva Hog Vegas, and it raised over $265,000 for the Oklahoma Family Center for Autism.[8] The 2009 theme was Pigelodeon, and it raised almost $319,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.[9] The 2010 theme was "Piggie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory", and it raised a record-breaking $527,704.88 for the Jimmy Everest Children's Cancer Center at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center. The 2011 theme was "Hoggy Potter", and it raised almost $463,000 for the Oklahoma Children's Heart Disease Center. The 2012 theme was "Pigsney World", and it raised $475,000 for Oklahoma Project Woman.[10] The 2013 theme was "Star Boars", and it raised about $353,000 for Limbs For Life Foundation. In Edmond Memorial's 2015 Swine Week campaign, entitled, "Pigtendo," they raised $701,334 for Angel's Foster Family Network in Oklahoma making it the largest grossing year yet.[11]

Notable alumni


  1. ^ a b c d Edmond Memorial High School (2016-2017) from the State of Oklahoma Education Oversight Board.
  2. ^ "Administration—Edmond Memorial High School". Retrieved September 6, 2018.
  3. ^, "Memorial High School" (accessed June 24, 2010).
  4. ^ a b c Memorial High School Website, "Our History" (accessed June 24, 2010).
  5. ^ Blue Ribbon Schools Program, Schools Recognized 1982-1983 Through 1999-2002 (accessed June 24, 2010).
  6. ^ Advanced Placement test scores Archived 2008-09-24 at the Wayback Machine (accessed June 24, 2010).
  7. ^ "Edmond Memorial High School – Part of the Edmond School District" (PDF). Retrieved February 1, 2018.
  8. ^
  9. ^ "Edmond Sun article". Retrieved February 1, 2018.
  10. ^ "Edmond Memorial High School's Swine Week nets more than $475,000". March 17, 2012. Retrieved February 1, 2018.
  11. ^ "Swine Week". Retrieved February 1, 2018.
  12. ^ "Former Cowboy Johny Hendricks Fights for UFC Welterweight Belt". Oklahoma State University. November 14, 2013.
  13. ^ Boor, William (May 21, 2013). "Oklahoma resident Richards' family OK". Retrieved August 22, 2014.
  14. ^ Shaw, Steve (April 2, 2012). "Childhood Coach Shares Memories Of Edmond Native Bill Self". News 9 Now / News on 6 Now. Retrieved August 22, 2014.
  15. ^ "Wes Sharon - Mixonline". Retrieved February 1, 2018.
  16. ^ Aber, Ryan (February 21, 2012). "Samantha Woodward's swimming career about to end at Stanford". The Oklahoman. Retrieved January 13, 2015.
  17. ^ Piersol, Ryan (July 23, 2007). "Ranking the last eight years". Edmond Sun. Retrieved January 13, 2015.

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